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    Senior Member hortontoter's Avatar
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    My New Hunting Truck

    Broke down and finally got a crew cab. I loved the versitility of my extended cab I had, but my wife wanted the availability of more passengers. Her Jeep Wrangler and the grandkids just don't mix well. We went with another Colorado due to the luck we had with our last one. Also due to the amount of driving we do the 4 cylinder helps on fuel costs. Yesterday was its first trip to the groundhog fields.
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    well congrats on the new ride hope it runs problem free for a long time for you!
    I love the quad cabs as well, best thing they added to pick up trucks in the last 20 yrs!! was 4 doors!
    I wish I could get by with a 4 cylinder, dam gas is killing me!! in a big v 8!

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    good luck on the new truck i should have bought a new one , i thought it would be less expensive to rebuild one wrong!!!!!! 2 weeks just to replace the rusted panels so i thought id chime in say hello to uuuuuuuuuuuuu lol
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    nice looking ride!!!!!

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    Congrats! It's a great looking truck.

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    Dang...Now I see who has all the money around here.
    I'll bet we could get quite a few cases of wine in that dude. lol

    Nice truck, congrats.
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    Thanks fellas. I'll let you know how I like it in a couple of years.

    Mike, now you know who has the most payments. And yes it would haul a few cases. But, just imagine what we could haul if we added a stake bed!!!
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    Nice looking deer hauler there Hortontoter!! Always like the crew cab with the regular opening doors, much easier in parking lots!
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    Good lookin' ride HT... I was just thinkin about you the other day as I was passing through town. I'll give you a call next time I'm up that way.
    "I'm no scientist, but I might be onto something here. Over the past few years I've noticed that there seems to be a direct correlation between hunting season and angry wife season." - Me

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    Your wife will make you put plastic down in the bed when you haul a deer I'll bet!
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